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NOP

(NO oPeration) See no-op.

NOP

Abbr. for “not otherwise provided for.”
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Nops had initially persuaded their deadly rivals to merge as one powerful club and put in a joint application to the Football League in 1892 as strugglers Darwen and Accrington were forced to reapply for reelection.
That failed and Boro split away again - earning the nickname 'the Scabs' - while Nops, 'the Washers', successfully applied the following year to join a newly formed second division.
PUDs derived from NOPs are prepared by polycondensation reactions of polyisocyanates and polyols.
NOP-based PU prepolymers were first synthesized from polyols including NOPs, SCDs, DMPA, and MEK charged in a round-bottom flask under nitrogen.
This NOP is a product of new Bayer technology that converts natural plant oils via a one-step process into NOPs with low viscosity and high renewable content at no sacrifice in performance.
For this PIR foam system, Bayer researchers developed NOPs that mimic the structure of a polyester polyol that is used in metal-faced panels.
NOPS previously announced that January 31, 2006 would be the last day of employment for New Orleans Public Schools employees who have not been reactivated by that date.
Employees should contact NOPS Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm CST through the toll free hotline at 877 771-5800, or by filling out a form available on the website at http://www.
One breakthrough in NOP technology comes from Bayer MaterialScience, which reported that it can produce NOPs that overcome some drawbacks that have heretofore limited their use.
NOPS is currently placing its primary emphasis on reopening schools so that it can begin to bring employees back to work as soon as possible.
The three Division B promotion places are between Nops B, who will almost certainly be champions, Brambles Farm, Erimus and Parkway.
The NOP limit refers to the difference between a bank's on-balance sheet yuan assets and liabilities, and was first imposed by the HKMA in December 2010, with an initial limit of 10 percent.